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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.5

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.5
page 387



executed. He came thence to Canterbury ; but why'fhould I make a long ftory of it ? There were put to death, in the different towns and bailiwicks, upwards of five hundred rebels ; for they were eager in accufing each other. During this progrefs of the king, which he con-tinued far into his realrrt, feveral of the great barons, fuch as the earls of Warwick and Kent, fir John Holland, fir John Bcauchamp, fpoke to the king and to the earl of Salifbury, in favour of the duke of Lancafter j as did alfo the Londoners. The king readily/confented that two knights fhould be fent to the duke, for him to return into England and to his prefence ; for that he would not liften to any complaints againft him or his other uncles. The earl of Northumberland was commanded to go himfeif in fearch of him. The two knights journeyed on until they arrived gt Newcaftlc on Tyne, where they found the earl of Northumberland. He had been informed of their coming, and received them handfomely. They produced their letters, when he took from the packet what was addreffed to him ; and, having read it through, was much pleafed with the Com-miffion to feek the duke of Lancafter ; for he had heard the duke was very angry with him. He there-fore wrote letters of excufe ; and, when thefe two barons met, peace was made between thenr. They returned together to England, and found' the king arrived at his manor of Eltham, a few gules from Lpndon, At this time alfo, the earjt m3T6


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